Check that the brake switch [actvated by brake petal] is grounding when actvated, there is no current to a brake light switch, it is used to ground the brake bulb, use an ohlm meter to check for continuity when switch is actvated by brake petal.
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Hi, You will have to pop the trunk open and pull some of the carpeting away to acsess the light assembly. Then just turn the socket and the bulb should come out. Replace with same bulb size and watts. Good luck.
Check for headlight relay and fuse. Some cars have separate circuits for head light flasher and normal high/low beam. From your description, I would suspect a bad connection to/from relay or relay itself.
the two are definitley linked, if all the fuses are intact as you have earlier stated then the problem is almost definitly the wiring itself? you do have two fuse boxes one is usually under the bonnet, but it usually in the cab of the car?
If bulbs are ok it will be the brake light switch, or possibly the wires to the switch that have been knocked off with your foot. Push the drivers seat right back and get your head down under the dash. There may be a small panel that requires removal so that you can see up to the switch. Its directly in line with the brake pedal and has two wires going to it. Remove the connector and link the wires with a bridge wire. Switch ignition on and check lights. If they are on replace the switch or adjust so that the centre pin that comes out against the brake pedal is further away but is being pressed when the pedal is released. Cheers John